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Gravity Show 2019: Review & Gallery

Gravity Show 2019 was one show that I was looking forward to attending for a couple of reasons:

  1. First time attending and
  2. it was a local show too!


BMW e36 Touring

About the show

Gravity Show is supported by some of the best companies in the automotive industry. These include Red Bull Motorsport, Auto Finesse and Drift Society. In other words, it’s a great chance to see some of the best modified cars, as well as it being a great day out for families.

Residing in the Midlands, at Stoneleigh Park NAEC in Warwickshire, the central location and size of the show therefore makes it one of the go-to events of the summer in the show calendar. With over 500 of Europe’s best cars attending the show from over 7 countries, this was a show not to be missed!

My Gravity Show 2019 Review

Stoneleigh Park is a great venue for all things automotive. After having attended Race Retro earlier in the year, I knew what could be achieved and Gravity is an ever growing event. The event was spread over 3 halls and one open area with a range of mainly static or bagged cars.

The quality of cars was fantastic! Lots of money and/or time having been spent on some cars, with some tidy budget ones too. Much better than anticipated from what I'd seen at other modified shows in the past. There was also an Aston Martin Vulcan on the Drift Society stand, which had everyone flocking to like when they started up the 7 litre V12!!

Personally, I could have spent the day there, but I think the general public could finish looking around after 3 hours of been there.

Nonetheless, reviewing the photos I took, I either need to improve or let a professional photographer get the best shots! Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below the photos.

I'll be looking forward to seeing what the show can do for 2020. Check out the photos from 2019 in the gallery below, or view the details on the Gravity Show for 2020.